Upcoming—Mighty Flip Champs! DX


An adapted version of the DSiWare platformer Mighty Flip Champs! will be released on the 12th of July, 2011, as a Mini in North America, under the name “Mighty Flip Champs! DX.” It had been listed in the ESRB for a while, initially only as a PSP title, but yeah, we ignored it. The game received redesigns to take advantage of HD screens and the PSP. This makes the July 12/13 PlayStation Store Update exciting after this two-week Minis drought, because the crowd-sourced Mini Legend of Robot (stylized as Legend of Robo7) and Arcade Pool & Snooker will also be released in Europe on the 13th.

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11 Responses to “Upcoming—Mighty Flip Champs! DX”
  1. Ofaliss says:

    Looking forward to this one.

  2. onmode-ky says:

    So, in the end, WayForward did decide to release this under the Minis program. I hope the additional PS3 audience results in success and good sales for their first foray on the PSP.

    Also of note, this will be WayForward’s first PlayStation appearance ever (barely beating out their new BloodRayne on PS3/360). Prior to this, their work had only appeared on Nintendo, Sega, PC, educational, and plug-n-play platforms, and they are primarily known for their Nintendo titles.

  3. taoofgreentea says:

    This looks good, not sure what the flip mechanic is.

  4. Eric says:

    I hope this does well and they bring Shantae over too.

  5. JeremyR says:

    I dunno why they didn’t just do Shantae, since that seems to be the game from them that is the most beloved.

  6. Takao says:

    They probably want to test the waters first. Shantae didn’t sell as well as they hoped it would IIRC, and blamed it on launching it in the midst of the 3DS storm so they hoped that once the 3DS eShop was up they might get more sales. It should be mentioned though, that Shantae: Risky’s Revenge is 1200 Nintendo points – the equivalent to $12, which would mean it wouldn’t qualify for the Minis program. Nor do I think they’d want to step on their fans toes by offering the Minis version for less.

  7. Qwikman says:

    Hm… Did not expect that, but this is great news! :D I have a DSi as well as a PSP, but I never bothered buying it on the DSi Shop since it was too expensive. However, with it coming to the Minis service, then I may change my mind about not buying it, especially if it is cheaper than $8, which I assume it will be, as the max amount I remember seeing for the price of a Mini was $5.

  8. Ofaliss says:

    Zenonia is $6.99 and Tetris was $9.99 when it was released and for a long time after. But usually minis stay at the $5.99 and bellow price point.

  9. thumbbandit says:

    This looks like it’ll play like ‘Shift Extended’… and in colour no less!
    Me want this defo!

  10. taoofgreentea says:

    Just came out – please review.


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